The bit One HD Virtuoso manages the system setup working on Preset A by default; however, it also offers the possibility to store and recall eight Presets (A, B, C, D,E,F,G,H).
Pressing the MEMORY button on the main menu you can access the different functions you can perform on the featured presets.
The following functions are available:
- Load All Presets: it loads all the memories (A/B/C/D/E/F/G/H) from a file previously saved (.prs format);
- Save All Presets: it saves all the memories (A/B/C/D/E/F/G/H) in a file that can be recalled (.prs format);
- Load Current Preset: it loads a memory previously saved (.pro format) by placing it on the memory you are operating on;
- Save Current Preset: it saves the memory you are operating on in a file that can be recalled (.pro format);
- Copy Preset From: it provides the ability to copy the content of one memory into another memory;
- Current Preset Default: it restores the crossover and equalization default values, that would be suggested at the end of the set up procedure.
- Enable Memory Overall: it enables the Overall function which recalls a memory previously saved (see following point), optimized for a perfect listening from all positions within the car compartment. This function can be activated through the terminal, setting the Overall Sel cable to +12V (see section 8.3.4);
- Select Memory Overall: it sets an existing memory as “Overall”.
Choose one of the memories where an Overall setup is set.
The following data will be stored into the presets:
- the filter settings for each channel;
- the time delay settings for each channel;
- the equalization settings for each output channel;
- the Main EQ settings (see section 8.9.2);
- the Dynamic EQ settings/activation (see section 8.12.3);
- the Bass Boost settings/activation (see section 8.12.4);
- the output levels of each channel;
- listening points markers.
We recommend that you copy the parameters entered in the preset you are using into the presets that are not being used. The presets can be recalled through the DRC MP. If some presets are not stored, they will store the default settings.
In Pass through mode there is only one memory, assigned in the "I / O configuration Wizard" phase, to the Master input. So when the Master input is selected will be available only one memory, and it will not be possible to copy other memories on it. The remaining memories and related functions will be available at the input change.